Twitch and YouTube need more competition and alternatives. It is difficult to find the best streaming websites and determine which one should be used. Because of how powerful each has gotten, it’s become hard for smaller channels and upstarts to negotiate terms that are properly favorable for the amount of effort invested. It’s also just harder to get noticed, since there are so many content creators on Twitch, YouTube, and other major content streaming platforms.
Stream.me is an excellent alternative to Twitch.tv, and is built to support gamers from the ground-up (and, unlike Twitch, Stream.me does also accept non-gaming content). Stream.me allows for instant registration and streaming once logged in, and offers avenues for sponsorship for start-up streamers (as do we!).
The tech for Stream.me is also top-notch. They’re supporting 4K video playback, and work perfectly with OBS and Xsplit. Multistreaming is also possible with Stream.me, to offer a unique spin on game content creation. Multistreaming allows multiple streamers to band together to create a special show, whether that’s a “talk show” or a live gaming session. Viewers can watch individual streamers in a group, or can watch the entire group. This is perfect for tournament, MMO arena, and multiplayer match streaming. There’s no solution quite like Multistream when it comes to content creator collaboration tools.
Check Stream.me out over here, as a multiplayer streaming alternative to Twitch.